Usyk vs Witherspoon: Dmitry Bivol targets unification fights ahead of light-heavyweight title defence

Dmitry Bivol is prepared so as to protect his legacy in 18, to share a ring.
Bivol puts his WBASuper world light-heavyweight name against Lenin Castillo about the undercard into Oleksandr Usyks heavyweight introduction in Chicago live on Sky Sports Action.
The Russian (16-0, KOs 11), that gets the sixth defence of his own belt against the heavy-handed Dominican, currently has one eye on his fellow 175lbs winners together with three in action in the area of a month.
WBC and IBF kings Oleksandr Gvozdyk and Artur Beterbiev match in a unification struggle in Philadelphia following weekend prior to WBO ruler Sergey Kovalev faces Mexican pound-for-pound celebrity Canelo Alvarez at Las Vegas on November 2.

I wish to make my mark in history and to do this you need to resist the very best, said Bivol.
I am thankful that my team have discovered for me great boxers to fight, of course I want to fight against another champions but sometimes you cant do it as theyre active, but we have had good fights and I am content with that.
The battle next weekend is an excellent one and Id like to deal with the winner between Gvozdyk and Beterbiev, we will learn more about my future after that fight. I really dont know who wins that fight, I dont like to produce predictions! However, its a really good fight and Im looking forward to it.
Obviously, the Kovalev fight could occur because were in precisely exactly the identical division. I am prepared to fight anybody, although I dont understand whats going to take place with Canelo in his struggle.
It is an intriguing fight, its a big challenge for both; Kovalev is one of the best at 175lbs and can be the bigger man, but Canelo is a great fighter, he is younger and he is strong also, nobody knows what will happen, we just have to wait and watch.
Canelo? Obviously! Its a good fight for me. I am taller than himI have good boxing skills and sufficient experience to box a man like him. He is one of the greatest guys from middleweight, he is not a heavyweight, if he was it would be difficult to speak about but hes coming out of two branches below so why not? I can make 168lbs. I have talked about this several times because I am not a huge man so I could make super-middleweight to get a big fight.
Bivols clash with Castillo is a part of a night of actions in Chicago while Chicagos Jessica McCaskill defends her WBA and WBC world super-lightweight titles, topped by Usyks debut.

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